The South Loop connects sections of the Razorback Regional Greenway with the Tsa-La-Gi and Town Branch Trails to the west. This is paved trail experience is almost entirely flat, making it an excellent option for all ages, ability levels and mobility options.
The route is lighted at night and features public amenities along the route including drinking fountains, benches and restrooms at Walker Park.
How Can I Identify the South Loop?
Look for the squirrels! The South Loop is identified by circular orange wayfinding markers with an image of a squirrel, which can be found along the trail and at intersections. Additional signage identifying the South Loop will be installed at a later date.
Trail Route and Map
The South Loop is an interconnected five mile route. The section of the Razorback Regional Greenway that runs from Greathouse Park through Walker Park links to the Tsa-La-Gi Trail, which runs parallel to Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The South Loop then connects to the Town Branch Trail, which runs south and east before connecting with the Razorback Regional Greenway at Greathouse Park and completing the loop.
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Dane Eifling Engineering Division Mobility Coordinator 479-575-8243 Email
Matt Mihalevich Active Transportation Manager 479-444-3416 Email